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Pylon

A large tower containing power lines. Pylons are used in the operations of some utility companies.
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After skidding along the road, he crashed hard into an electricity pylon and was killed instantly, in front of his horrified friends.
Flockton Green Working Men's Club and Institute has been extended and an early electricity pylon has disappeared, but little has changed in Barnsley Road between these 1953 scene (left) and 2005 (below).
This is the shocking picture of an Aids patient as he plunged 200ft to his death from an electricity pylon yesterday.
As a result, Quetta and other respecitive areas of Balochistan were deprived of electric supply after damages to electricity pylon of high transmission line.
The new electricity pylon design highlights a departure from the traditional lattice structures.
There were horseshoes strewn about and Mr Buxton spotted another up an electricity pylon.
A 40-YEAR-OLD man from Limassol has been in intensive care since Sunday after being electrocuted while trying to retrieve a kite from an electricity pylon.
A TEENAGER was plucked to safety from an electricity pylon today.
Orange wants to move the mast to an electricity pylon owned by Central Networks on the Bovis land, following complaints from families in the flats who blame the mast for a spate of illnesses.
AN ELECTRICITY pylon is delaying work on a pounds 9million sports centre in Coventry.
15am after a tree was blown on to an electricity pylon.
I saw the electricity pylon and cables so I dipped the nose and descended, fast.
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